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Dublin Gig Guide: September 30th – October 6th 2019

Dublin Gig Guide: September 30th – October 6th 2019 Monday 30th Richard Hawley @ Olympia Theatre – 7PM JAY1 @ The Academy Green Room – 7PM   Tuesday 1st Tom Baxter @ The Sugar Club – 8PM Ashley McBryde @ The Academy – 8PM   Wednesday 2nd D Cullen @ Whelan’s (Upstairs) – 8PM   Thursday 3rd Toy Girl @ The Workman’s Club – 8PM Kneecap @ The Academy – 7PM (SOLD OUT)   Friday 4th Deborah De Luca @ District 8 – 11PM Volbeat @ Olympia Theatre – 6PM Hootie & The Blowfish @ 3 Arena – 6.30PM  

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Dublin Gig Guide: 8th – 14th October 2018

Dublin Gig Guide: 8th -14th October 2018 Monday 8th Pale Waves @ The Academy – 8PM Tuesday 9th Anthony D’Amato @ Whelan’s – 8PM Enslaved & High On Fire @ Tivoli Theatre – 8PM Wednesday 10th The Rumjacks @ Whelan’s – 8PM Bodhi (DJ set) @ Wigwam – 11PM Thursday 11th Saint Sister @ Olympia Theatre – 8PM James Holden & The Animal Spirits @ The Sugar Club – 8PM Tom Walker @ The Academy – 8PM Friday 12th Jeff Mills @ District 8 – 11PM Echo & The Bunnymen – Olympia Theatre – 7PM Maya Jane Coles @ Opium

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Dublin Gig Guide: 10th – 16th September 2018

Dublin Gig Guide: 10th – 16th September 2018   Monday 10th slowthai @ The Workman’s Club – 8PM Heather Nova @ Whelan’s – 8PM   Tuesday 11th Xavier Rudd @ The Academy – 8PM (SOLD OUT) Incubus @ Bord Gais Energy Theatre – 8PM   Wednesday 12th Europe @ Olympia Theatre – 8PM   Thursday 13th Sonny Fodera @ District 8 – 11PM   Friday 14th Fatai @ Whelan’s – 8PM Fuinneamh Festival @ Bellurgan Park, Dundalk Hilary Woods @ The Sugar Club – 8PM   Saturday 15th Brame & Hamo @ District 8 – 11PM Against The Current @

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Dublin Gig Guide: 18th – 24th June 2018

Monday 18th LANY @ The Academy – 7PM C.W Stoneking @ The Grand Social – 7.30PM Tuesday 19th TBF @ Tivoli Theatre – 8PM Hatchlings @ Crowbar – 8PM   Wednesday 20th Christy Moore @ National Concert Hall – 8PM Angie McMahon @ Whelan’s (upstairs) – 8PM Thursday 21st Moon Looks On @ Whelan’s – 8PM Jenny Green & RTÉ Concert Orchestra @ Energie Park – 7.30PM Friday 22nd Sea Sessions Festival (all weekend) Body & Soul Festival (all weekend) Todd Terje @ District 8 – 11PM Inhaler @ Button Factory – 8PM Saturday 23rd Crazy Town @ The Bowery (Rescheduled date)

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Dublin Gig Guide: 7th – 13th May 2018

Dublin Gig Guide: 7th – 13th May 2018 Monday 7th Molly Sterling @ Crowbar – 8PM Molly Sterling music takes on a dark and deep direction, and has been compared to Lana Del Ray & Hannah Reid from London Grammar! Support from Jackie Beverley on the night! Tuesday 8th Ray LaMontagne @ Bord Gais Energy Theatre – 8PM Grammy Award winning singer/songwriter Ray LaMontagne brings his Just Passing Through acoustic tour to Bord Gáis Energy Theatre as part of his first UK & Ireland tour in seven years. Brad Mehlua Trio @ National Concert Hall – 8PM Brad Mehlua will

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Dublin Gig Guide : 4th – 10th December 2017

Dublin Gig Guide: 4th – 10th December 2017 With Friday fast approaching, we’re back with another Dublin Gig Guide! Many of the gigs on this week are unfortunately sold out! Not sure why, possible as the lead up to Christmas more people are deciding to head out for a night out? Who knows, but at least it’s good news for the artists performing as the venues will be full! Anyway, enough digressing, let’s get on with whats going on around town! Monday night as always kicks us off with Dr. Hook playing a sold out show in the Olympia! For

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Dublin Gig Guide : 27th November – 3rd December 2017

Nostalgia is the theme of this weeks gigs with a number of artists who would have been considered top of their game  in the past so let’s kick of as always with Monday evening. Singer-songwriter Jame Blunt performs at the 3 Arena promotion his newest album The Afterlove which hit the shelves in March of this year. His fifth studio album to date, Blunt, who is known for his quick wit and jokes, announced in January 2017 via twitter “Check out my 12 inch…” with a clip of himself in the bathtub! Tickets still available for this one! Tuesday evening,

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Dublin Gig Guide : 20th – 26th November 2017

With Christmas just around the corner distract yourself with this weeks gigs! Loads on this week so let’s get on with it! Monday night we have indie rockers Wolf Parade performing at Button Factory! The 4-piece are currently embarking on a worldwide tour and are booked to play one show on Irish soil, their most recent album Cry Cry Cry was released last October and has fared very well in charts and has seen some very favourable reviews. Doors from 7.30PM! Over in Vicar Street, we have everybody’s favourite 00’s rapper Nelly! Nelly has fallen on some hard times recently

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Dublin Gig Guide: 4th – 10th September 2017

Dublin Gig Guide: 4th – 10th September 2017 It’s that time of the week again! Our Dublin Gig Guide strives to give you all the insights into whats going on around the city and what’s worth going to see! With Electric Picnic just a hazy-faded memory, we continue on with this week’s live gigs!  First off, on Monday night the Button Factory plays host to one of the most influential math-rock post-rock bands to ever grace the earth. With only two full-length album releases and one EP, American Football have a huge following. The band started up in 1997 and

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Dublin Gig Guide : 31st July – 6th August 2017

It’s Friday! Which means we are back with our weekly Dublin Gig Guide! All the information you’ll need to plan this weeks nights out! With the bank holiday this week, there is so much stuff on over the course of the weekend that we will try to cover it all, we’ve got three different festivals and although they’re not as big as the major festivals throughout the country like Electric Picnic Sea Sessions etc. they are fantastic cultural events and with the weather being the way it has been this past month, hopefully the rain will stay away too! So

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Dublin Gig Guide : 24th – 30th July 2017

We’re back with another Dublin Gig Guide! Lots of great stuff going on this week, although we must start this off with a sad note. Chester Bennington of the nu-metal rock band Linkin Park was found dead at his home yesterday evening, our thoughts and prayers and with his family and friends. Chester was one of the leading vocalists of his time and was the voice of a generation for many. He will be sorely missed. 🙁 Let’s get on with this weeks gigs! Two great shows kicking us off on Tuesday night! First off we have Kate Nash performing

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Dublin Gig Guide : 29th May – 4th June 2017

Dublin Gig Guide : 29th May – 4th June 2017 This week Manchester and the world was devastated when 22 people lost their lives and 59 people suffered injuries when a suicide bomber detonated a bomb in the lobby of the Manchester Arena. Words cannot describe the pain these families and friends have suffered. Our prayers and best wishes go out to each of the families, friends and loved ones that have been affected by this terrorist crime. #RIP   So let’s kick off this weeks gigs! We’ll start as always on Monday night, with George Ezra playing a sold

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Dublin Gig Guide : 15th – 21st May 2017

With some massive gig news recently as of one of the best alternative rock bands there has ever been announcing two headline shows later this year, The National will play Vicar Street in September as part of a worldwide tour and new album, ‘Sleep Well Beast’ which is also set for release in September! We can’t hide our excitement! Anyway, moving on to this weeks gigs! Two heavyweights kick off the week as we have Take That and Natalie Imbruglia! Take That were one of the most popular boy bands of their generation and probably all time. Performing as a

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Dublin Gig Guide : 13th – 16th February

Dublin Gig Guide 13th – 16th February 2017 Hello and welcome back to our weekly Dublin Gig Guide brought to you by Sound Training! All the weeks best gigs from all around the city! First off kicking us off on Valentines Day is Australian singer-songwriter & multi-instrumentalist Carla dal Forno playing in the intimate setting of the Grand Social. Her album debut album “You Know What It’s Like” has been described as “ Smokey and ominous” as well as inhibiting the gloom into her tracks”. Minimal in nature, it should make sure an interesting gig! Next up on Wednesday evening,

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